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EPPCO Lubricants supplies Dubai Ambulance with lubricants range

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DUBAI: Extending its support to align with the government’s efforts in combating the Covid-19 outbreak and to ensure timely healthcare response for the community, ENOC Group’s EPPCO Lubricants will supply Dubai Corporate for Ambulance Services’ fleet with its lubricants range.

H.E Khalifa Al Al Darrai, CEO of DCAS said: “We thank EPPCO Lubricants for their cooperation. This initiative demonstrates the importance of coming together as one unified front and support our nation during these difficult times and how we, as stakeholders and members of the community should collectively fight this pandemic.

“Our collaboration with EPPCO Lubricants is in line with the goals set by the UAE government to eradicate the COVID-19 outbreak, by ensuring that we are well equipped to implement fast emergency response measures. EPPCO Lubricants will supply the entire fleet with 3,000 litres of oil lubricants. The initiative will add to the ease of Dubai Ambulance, enhancing operational efficiency and ensuring that patients are transported to hospitals in a timely manner to receive the medical care they need.”

His Excellency Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO, ENOC Group, said: “To address the Covid-19 outbreak, it is important that all stakeholders join hands and work together to ensure that our community is safe and secure.

The supply of oil lubricants for the Dubai Ambulance fleet is our tribute to the brave professionals at Dubai Ambulance and the Ministry of Health and underlines our commitment to support our community in every way we can.” Added Al Falasi.

EPPCO Lubricants, a joint venture between ENOC and Chevron Al Khaleej, distributes ENOC and Caltex branded lubricants and greases in the UAE, providing top quality lubricants products and services to industries ranging from automotive, industrial to manufacturing and marine.

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